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The Garden Party at Lampeter House
July 21st, 2022 at 2:30 pm to 8:30 pm£17.00 – £18.00
Welcome to Narberth Jazz Garden Party 2022 at Lampeter House; Lampeter Velfrey, Narberth.
We thank Mr. & Mrs. Williams for hosting the annual treat for music lovers. Narberth Jazz are delighted to bring you a marvellous summer afternoon of music food and refreshments. The gates will swing open at 3pm and the music will start at around 4pm. until around 8.30pm.
The swing will start with a group of friends who play easy going tunes with latin and jazz flavours from the 40’s to the present day.
No Mean Biscuit were formed over three years ago by alto and tenor sax player Barry Wade. Barry comes armed with a hat for every occasion and mellow tones with a nod to Stan Getz. He loves a good hike, a locally brewed ale and sailing across the Irish Sea. Louise literally sings like a bird and has the light inflection of Blossom Dearie and a heartfelt connection with every lyric. The other four members share a love for vintage tunes and entertaining audiences far and wide. You may have seen them at The Wales Botanical Garden under the palms, or in their main stomping ground around Newcastle Emlyn.
Jazz Across the Pond could refer to the garden venue which we will enjoy, but here it refers to the band ATLANTICUS who are a unique British-American musical partnership bringing together two powerfully distinct musical personalities, US saxophonist Peter Fraize and UK organist Terry Seabrook, to explore their common interest in the rich transatlantic heritage of jazz. Steeped in Tradition, Looking Forward ATLANTICUS draws from the tradition of the great Hammond organ groups, with a postmodern sound. The music is mostly original, spanning a stylistic spectrum from the hard bop blowout of the album’s title track ‘Blue Haven’, the modal explorations of ‘That’s What’, the odd-metered boogaloo of ‘Swank’, and the Afro-Cuban reimagining of the Bobby Timmons classic ‘Moanin’’.
The main two found an instant connection with a love of dynamic performances, Peter and Terry first teamed up for a short UK tour in 2016, recruiting Brighton heavyweights trumpeter Jack Kendon and drummer Milo Fell to complete the quintet line up. Their immediate and natural musical rapport sealed the transatlantic bonds for ATLANTICUS. The band delivered exciting high energy performances to delighted crowds, culminating in a head-turning performance at the Love Supreme festival. Building on that success, the quartet convened once again in the summer of 2018 for a 25-date, month-long tour of the southern UK, playing clubs and festivals from London to Wales.
We are delighted to have this exciting band here to entertain us at ‘The Garden Party’.
Hello Jazz lovers and attendees to the Garden Party at Lampeter House on the 21st July.
Now some information from the event organisers if you please.
There will be a “Shuttle Bus “ operating from Narberth Car Park from 3pm to 5pm on the afternoon of the event.
The return trips will commence at 8:30pm
In that delightful area of Pembrokeshire where we are to hold the Garden Party, sadly, both the phone coverage [by any networks] and the local Internet is very regrettably almost non – existent, which adds to our difficulties.
So can we suggest / plead that you try and pay by CASH.
Or possibly by looking at our website and booking your tickets there in advance. www.naberthjazz.wales/events and look for the Garden Party.
Please note that these payments are very secure and should you require – refundable.
However there will be [hopefully] some swipe card payment availability at the Box Office entrance, but I think that it may be limited and a little slow!!!
Nevertheless coverage in the Bar area is pretty non-existent. So cash would be very useful.
Sorry but I thought that it would be useful to forewarn you of the annoying difficulties with the telecoms at the venue.
With sincere apologies and asking for your forbearance.